Designed to demonstrate the flexibility of street art whilst highlighting its relevance to the times, and primed around the slogan Już jest pięknie (It’s already beautiful), the project has seen over 1,000 stickers, stencils and posters daubed in unexpected locations, simultaneously coinciding with both the easing of the lockdown and Desa Unicum’s first street art auction.
Handed eight buildings as her canvas, NeSpoon’s work was centred around Plaza de San Nicolás, a small square where the women of Belorado have for generations gathered to play bolo beliforano, a form of bowling practised only by females.
Once an area infamous for shifty people doing shady business in a scary way the Praga district is demonstrating that a leopard can lose its spots.
A huge street art mural from Gdańsk, which was stolen and chopped into pieces before being sold to a gallery in London, has been returned after a five year legal battle.
From grey faces, to bold colours, and from massive murals to paintings you can hang on a wall: Wręga’s art has few boundaries.
Mariusz Waras broke the stereotype of a street artist being just a step away from a vandal by obtaining his PhD in 2013 and running the Street Art Studio at the Academy of Art in Szczecin’s Faculty of Painting and New Media.
The work by Etam Cru can been seen around the world, and has taken Polish street art to a new level.